Old State House

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Old State House is a historic building and museum in Boston, USA. It is the oldest building in Boston dating back to 1713, it is a National Historic Landmark and part of Boston’s Freedom Trail. The building was built to house the local government and played a big part in the American Revolution with many important speeches held at the house. The declaration of independence was first read to the people of Boston from the House in 1776. The building is now used as a museum that displays the history of Boston.

Getting there

If travelling by Car there are a few car parks close to the sight. The best way to travel to the sight is by Subway, take the orange or blue line to ‘State Street’ which is located beneath the house. Alternatively, take the green line to ‘Government Center’ which is a short walk away.

Opening Times and Admission

The museum is open seven days a week all year round. It opens at 9 am and closes at 5 pm. Admission for adults is set at 10$ and for children admission is free, student and senior discounts do apply.

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